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The Jack Benny Hour The Jack Benny Show DVD TV LOST FOOTAGE (196

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The Jack Benny Hour The Jack Benny Show DVD TV LOST FOOTAGE (1965)

2 Hours of Lost Episodes Jack Benny

The Jack Benny Show

Jack Benny made his television debut after a long career in vaudeville, radio and film. During his radio series he cultivated the traits that his television character would have as well. Jack's on-air persona was of a vain, stingy character who always claimed to be age 39. Jack's radio show aired on NBC & CBS from 1932-1955, overlapping the TV show. Joining him from his radio cast were Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, as Jack's wise-cracking valet; Dennis Day, the naive, somewhat dense tenor who sang on the show; and Don Wilson the announcer. Seen on a more irregular basis was Mary Livingstone, Jack's real-life wife. On the show Mary did not play Benny's spouse (Jack's character always remained single) but her role was never defined. In Mary's first appearances she played a fan of Jack's; later she portrayed Jack's secretary. Mary, who suffered from stage fright, made few television appearances before retiring from show business in 1959.

The Jack Benny Hour

Director: Ralph Levy
Writers: George Balzer, Hal Goldman

Original Broadcast - 3 November 1965 (USA)

Jack Benny ... Himself
Bob Hope ... Himself
Elke Sommer ... Herself
Walt Disney ... Himself
Brian Wilson ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)
Dennis Wilson ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)
Carl Wilson ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)
Al Jardine ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)
Mike Love ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)

With Special Guests :

Bob Hope, The Beach Boys, Elke Summer & Walt Disney

During this hour long special, Jack and Bob Hope go to the beach with there ironing board and try to catch some waves. When that fails, they pay a visit to a laugh-in version of The Munsters. After a quick dance, Elke Summers pays a visit. When she does her Mary Poppins imitation, comedy is the last thing on either of Jack or Bobs mind! The skit that is basically a Musters parody is one of the most surreal things ever filmed. It's a combination of all early to mid 1960s tv. It has a laugh-in style dance sequence, with Herman really getting down. It has a little Leave It To Beaver in it, with a young couple learning from a mistake we know nothing about. Also, we get to see an Elvira type Morticia! With all this going on, it seems nothing could possibly shake your senses next. As all Jack Benny fans know, with Jack that's never the case, as things only continue to go from odd to just plain weird! When Bob Hope and Jack play the parts of 16 year olds, you'll die laughing. Especially when you get a look at there toups! And, as only Jack can do well, we get a very special group of guest stars.... The Beach Boys, who ARE very young and recieve a Beatles style reception from the audience.

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